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of deportation. a u visa is a temporary four-year visa. -- has been designated to issue the visa is by reviewing the applicant's background. the final determination is made by the united states customs and immigration service. in 2011, we received 318 requests for u visas. this year we expect to review 994 cases. the special victims unit leads the way setting the standard for best practices in law enforcement. tvu has several members that our instructors who travel to california to train other law enforcement agencies. as the commanding officer of svu i stand before you tonight very proud of the caliber of members of the officers assigned to svu. at the same time recognize we are only one piece of the puzzle.under financial crimes . the 20 are crosstrained in domestic violence, sexual assault, elderly abuse. it takes commitment and dedication.3 it is not always easy. we have to ourselves forward. sometimes the hardest work has the best reward. >> i know inspector robert -- an inspector who does financial crimes actually taught me -- i don't know how the investigator -- he is an accou
things: one, to be clear for folks watching, the u visa, is an acronym for what again? >> i believe it refers to a section in the code. it describes the opportunity for an individual to apply for legal status to say in the u.s., if you're the victim of a crime under certain circumstances. >> to be clear about that. so that everyone watching can be fully informed. while certainly, and again, thanks to the leadership of chief suhr, yourself, the lieutenant and others, the integration of these areas units seems to make so much sense. it seems there practical on a number of levels and certainly there are similarities and various types of >> what you to do atribute the tripling of the u visa application? >> maybe the trust was not there. sensitive the word spread that this process could be trusted. the advocacy groups helped. the district attorney. many people that considered to this, it was just a matter of time for people to trust the process and you will see the numbers grow if we are doing it right. it should continue to grow. >> of those applications, how long does it take
>> what you to do atribute the tripling of the u visa application? >> maybe the trust was not there. sensitive the word spread that this process could be trusted. the advocacy groups helped. the district attorney. many people that considered to this, it was just a matter of time for people to trust the process and you will see the numbers grow if we are doing it right. it should continue to grow. >> of those applications, how long does it take for a decision to be made by the custom and immigration service and the percentages of approval . >> takes about six months; i cannot speak about percentages and of the 994 we have denied 20 of them based on background. please understand that the san francisco police department is not the only entity approving u visas. there are law-enforcement across the region, the state is doing it, we are just want law-enforcement agency doing it. >> even the demand for u visas, there are certain caps. 3 also -- >> i feel like seeing this unit exist, if i would use the word "leveraging" people's expertise, it seems appropriate place for these p
understand that the san francisco police department is not the only entity approving u visas. there are law-enforcement across the region, the state is doing it, we are just want law-enforcement agency doing it. >> even the demand for u visas, there are certain caps. 3 also -- >> i feel like seeing this unit exist, if i would use the word "leveraging" people's expertise, it seems appropriate place for these presentations. it reflects what we are most successful at and when we are seeing the greatest success is when we're not in silos, and partnering with nonprofits, and in some cases for profit community. i know that personnel he i have had the opportunity to participate in many of the massage parlor inspections. that to me was another example of our city being incredibly innovative in figuring out a way to confront the challenges that we do face particularly in the area of human trafficking on one side. i think it all fits to having this hearing tonight, the work of the family violence council for me - i feel like a broken record, i feel it is a model, the bene
getting u.s. visa's and freezes their assets. so this bans u.s. officials from coming to russia, u.s. officials who have committed abuses and crimes against russian citizens. it shuts down n.g.o.'s in russia, and most controversially it makes it illegal for american families to adopt russian children. the argument is here, in terms of adoptions that russia has been concerned for sometime, that russian children who have been adopted in the u.s. have faced abuse, have not been treated well. but, critics of the kremlin would point out that there are many children here in russia who are treated horriblely too, and it's simply not right to bring in a total ban of russian orphans by u.s. families. >> ok, well steve we wait to see the impact of that. thanks very much. and indian paramedic student fights for her life. her doctors say he suffered brain injuries after she was gang raped. that's a common enough experience in india, but this particularly brutal attack by six men on a group bus has sparked anger and demands for tougher penalties for rapists. political leaders have been criticiz
officials from getting u.s. visas if they were associated with human rights violations. >> it's tragic these children are potentially going to fall victim to senseless politics. >> reporter: the national council for adoption says with 700,000 russian orphans the kids are the ones caught in this political web. >> most of them have been matched with children. they consider these children part of their family already. they've introduced them via pictures and other methods to their siblings here in the united states. and it's really heartbreaking. >> reporter: a heartbreak that could become a reality that can do nothing but wait, watch and hope. >> we're the fong family. we want to provide a home to at least one boy from russia. and we have a home, we have a loving family. we're hoping that all this can move forward and this will be the last christmas he's alone. >> reporter: in reference to this ban, the u.s. state department spokesman said quote, it is misguided to have the fate of children -- 60,000 russian children have been adopted into american homes in the past two decades. if this
permanente . >>> cualquier persona que no sea ciudadana , los que tienen visa u u algon otro tipo de status legal pueden afectar , su proceso y ponerlo en el limbo debido a que hay consecuencias . >>> a celebrar con moderacion gracias ángel rodríguez por acompañarnos . >>> gracias ángel . >>> (♪ ♪) . >>> nos vamos a una pausa , y al regreso sobre un programa que busca , hacver medio ambiente en el reciclaje de árboles navideños , ya volvemos no se vaya . >>> en venezuela el vice presidente nicolás asumio más funciones el presidente hugo chavez delego en el vice presidente algunas funciones administrativas , la decisión del mandatario se dio a conocer hoy , al decir que la salud mejora . >>> (♪ ♪) . >>> (♪ ♪) . >>> (♪ ♪) . >>> en estas fechas es común sufrir resequedad en la piel provocando el desarrollo , de estas enfermedades y sugieren aplicar los productos sobre la piel humeda en un esfuerzo la municipalidad de san francisco tiene un programa de reciclaje en árboles de navidad los interésados deben colocar su pino sin decoraciones si su árbol mide más
be identified and we deny them u.s. visas as well as freeze their u.s. assets. howfers -- and -- however, and here's the problem for me. the magnitsky along before us is not the magnitsky language adopted by our finance and foreign relations committees. their magnitsky language applied the same sanctions to human rights violators wherever they might be, whether in russia or syria or sudan or north korea or china or any other country. in other words, the senate committee-approved bill wisely adopted a global magnitsky standard. the reasoning for this is sound. because while the mechanism of u.s. visa denial for human rights violators was inspired by a single case in a single nation, the principles that it seeks to advance are universal. this bipartisan committee bill, unlike the house-passed version of the magnitsky act that we will soon vote on, does not single out russian human rights violators for visa denial but would apply the visa denial mechanism to people from any country who violate important human rights standards. the united states should be clear and firm in its commitment to
as a retaliatory move after president obama signed a law denying u.s. visas and bank accounts to russian officials linked to the death of imprisoned whistleblower sergei magnitsky. it will take effect january 1st and likely add a new strain to u.s.-russian ties. retired u.s. general norman schwarzkopf has died at the age of 78. known as stormin' norman, he headed the first gulf war in 1981 which killed up to 205,000 iraqis during the invasion and its aftermath and decimated iraqi infrastructure. the one of the wars must address incidents, he ordered u.s. forces to fire on the retreating and this armed iraqi forces along iraq's highway 80, causing hundreds of casualties and prompting the name highway of death. news of his death comes as former president george h.w. bush who awarded the first gulf war, is a houston hospital in intensive care after suffering bronchitis. those are some of the headlines. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman with juan gonzalez. >> welcome to all our listeners and viewers from around the country and around the world. presi
's response to president obama's anticorruption law. it denies russian officials from getting u.s. visas if they were associated with human rights violations. >> it's very tragic that these children are potentially going to fall victim to really just senseless politics. >> reporter: lauren koch with the national council for adoptions says with 700,000 russian orphans, the children are the ones caught in the political web. >> most of them have been matched with children. they consider these children part of their families already. they have introduced, you know, them via pictures and other methods to their siblings here in the united states. and it's really heartbreaking. >> bring it over here so we can see it. >> reporter: a heartbreak that could become a reality for the fong family who can do nothing but wait, watch and hope. >> we're the fong family. we want to provide a home to just at least one boy from russia and, you know, we have a home, we have a lovely family. we're hoping that all this can move forward and this will be the last christmas he's alone. >> reporter: clearly a ver
signed a law denying u.s. visas and bank accounts to russian officials linked to the death of imprisoned whistleblower sergei magnitsky. dakota native americans held a ceremony in minnesota on wednesday to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the largest mass execution in u.s. history. 38 dakota men were hanged simultaneously on december 26, 1862 in front of thousands of onlookers. they were condemned to death for crimes allegedly committed during a brief but bloody war with white settlers and soldiers. the executions were allowed by then president abraham lincoln, despite sparse evidence. the conflict came amidst broken u.s. treaties and desperate conditions that left some dakota starving. after the war nearly 2000 dakota non-combatants were marched to a prison camp where as many as 300 died. some dakota marked wednesday's anniversary with an annual 300- mile horseback ride, ending with the unveiling of a public memorial in minnesota, at the site of the executions. those are some of the headlines. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman with
primer pasó . >> y así podemos hacer algo. >> su autor lamart smith de texas facilitaba las visas para familiares de los graduados. >> es hora de resolver y arreglar estación de la a a la u9c25h pero esto eliminaria la lotería de visas par apaises con bajas tazas de inmigración lo que favorece a África. >> han argumentado esto, es un insulto, a mí a mi mamá, a mi papá que llegaron a este país con poca educación . >> la mayoría de los demócratas seguirán esto. >> el objetivo es una reforma migratoria integral. >> esto es algo serio, porque cada día hay un familia separada porque las leyes migratorias no funcionan bien. >> después de una década de tratar en vano esto . >> líderes republicanos dijeron que la estretegia podría darles resultados y que una próxima legislación podría ser así. >> en el capitolio univisión . >> el abuso de menores. >> una persona explica como se llevo esto. >> archivos de denuncias de boyscout seguirán ocultos . >> en agosto pasado el abogado de un ex boyscouts denuncio que el menor fue abusado por 2 años quién ahora cumple condena de 6
's anticorruption law. it denies russian officials from getting u.s. visas if they were associated with human rights violations. >>> it's 6:20. coming up, what a turnaround story for san jose state's spartan football. >> quite a game yesterday. preparing for the big rose parade next week. how volunteers are getting those floats ready to shine on new year's day coming up. >> this is a great weekend to hit the slopes, good skiing conditions. >> we'll have much more on our rainy forecast coming up after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, wins in one season.. they >>> it's been more than 70 years since the spartans had 11 wins in one season. they had a chance to do it again yesterday at the military bowl in washington, d.c. we got the spartans going up against bowling green. they're in red. san jose's quarterback david fales is number one in the country completion percentage. 3rd quarter spartans are down by one and that's when we got our play of the day. watch! >> fales on third down. he has a first down inside the 5... he's in! what a play by chandler! >> mr. jones for the sidelines with the extra point put san j
's anticorruption law that denies russian officials from getting u.s. visas if they were associated with human rights violations. >> it's very tragic that these children are potentially going to fall victim to really the senseless politics. >> reporter: lauren koch with the national council for adoption says, with 700,000 russian orphans, the kids are the ones caught in the political web. >> most of them have been matched with children. they consider these children part of their families already. they have introduced, you know, them via pictures and other methods to their siblings here in the united states. and it's really heartbreaking. >> bring it over here so we can see it. >> reporter: a heartbreak that could become a reality for the fong family who can do nothing but wait, watch and hope. >> we're the fong family. we want to provide a home to just at least one boy from russia and, you know, we have a home, we have a lovely family, we're hoping that all this can move forward and this will be the last christmas he's alone. >> reporter: in reference to this ban, the u.s. state department s
's banking system and acquiring a u.s. visa should be denied to those who disgrace human dignity and justice. facts need to be retold today about the case of sergay magnitsky after whom this looking is named. sergei magnitsky was a lawyer and partner with an american-owned law firm based in moscow. he was married and had two children. in his investigative work on behalf of the hermitage fund, the largest foreign portfolio investor in russia, mr. magnitsky uncovered the largest tax rebate fraud in russian history. he found that russian interior ministry officers, tax officials and organized criminals had worked together to steal $230 million in public funds. in 2008, mr. magnitsky voluntarily gave sworn testimony against officials from the interior ministry, russian tax departments and the private criminals who he discovered were complicit in the fraud. a month later, instead of being commended for doing the right thing, mr. magnitsky was arrested in front of his wife and children and placed in pretrial detention. he was held without a trial for one year. the russian federal security service
unruly boy was even sent back on a plane alone to russia. also at play here say u.s. experts, retaliation. a visa ban on russian officials accused of human rights violations. >> they're retaliating by holding hostage orphans that otherwise would have homes in the united states. >> reporter: the state department says we deeply regret russia's decision. >> i would ask putin to look deep into his own heart, and these children should not be held as collateral damage. >> reporter: the froman family adopted maxim from russia a year ago. they were deep into the process of adopting maxim a russian sister when the ban became law. >> this pretty much is a life sentence for children to grow up without families. because so many americans want to. and it's just -- it's awful. >> reporter: life for russian orphans is bleak, say u.s. experts. >> they may age out of that orphanage, and in some cases end up on the streets. >> reporter: russia joins a growing number of countries restricting adoptions, leaving the fromans, who promised maxim a sister -- >> i love you -- >> reporter: -- praying children's fa
de un crimen para una visa u, en este caso, es vÍctima de un crimen de violencia. >>> es que el alguacil del condado de texas, dijo vÍa teletonica que tenemos una investigaciÓn abierta, y necesitamos encontrar al guÍa del grupo donde venÍa la vÍctima, y necesitamos comprobar si sabÍa el estado fisico de la vÍctima antes de presentarle cargos criminales. >>> es algo bien difÍcil, porque uno confÍa en personas que supuestamente los van a traer sanos y salvos. >>> la madre sufre una doble pea, ya que de ser deportada su hija, cae rÍa victima de pandillas que la tienen amenazada, y la familia del prometido de carla la culpa a ella de su muerte. >>> ellos piensan que porque ella le dijo vÁmonos, ellos se pusieron de acuerdo los dos ellos en ningÚn momento le dijo vÁmonos, y vamonos, se pusieron de acuerdo mutuamente. >>> el cuerpo de mario fue trasladado al salvador carla sigue detenida, su madre mira como se le agota el tiempo a su hija, si en proeximas 48 horas no lo arrestan, la joven serÍa deportada. >>> intentamos entrevistarla a carla, se nos negÓ la peticion, y
's a lottery for green cards in the u.s. it takes those 55,000 visas and says we're going to get rid of lottery and make those visas available for people who have advanced degrees in science, technology, engineering, math. and it's the only bill that the republicans have been willing to pass out of the house. and what the democrats, interestingly enough, the democrats and the president have really stood firm on this. they support the underlying legislation. they don't want to get rid of the diversity lottery. they think we can do both. but they think it needs to be part of a bigger package. >> okay. >> what's being called comprehensive immigration reform. that's really not just about these taxes, that's about legalizing the 11 million undocumented immigrants in this country, giving them a pass to earn citizenship. that's about fixing broken laws that make it really hard even for legal immigrants. and it's about fixing the future flow, because really we haven't set up a system so that people can immigrate here lawfully which is why we have so many undocumented immigrants. >> let me ask you about
to american legislation that withholds visas to russians accused of human rights violations and freezes their u.s. assets. >> most bills signed by president putin have not been subjected to so much public scrutiny, but the ban on americans adopting russian children is controversial, so putin's strategy is to appeal to russian patriotism. >> as far as i know from opinion polls, the vast majority of russian citizens have a negative opinion of foreigners adopting our children. russia can and must look after its own children. >> at the same time, a russian judge acquitted a former prison doctor. human rights activists say he is responsible for the death of a russian lawyer in 2009. the lawyer was imprisoned after accusing russian officials of the $230 million tax fraud. since his death, relations beween the u.s. and russia have increasingly soured, culminating in the adoption van --over 700,n children will suffer from the band. they are often raised in orphanages. for most of the children so far adopted by americans, it was the chance of their lives, but the legislators who support the law
a visa for to come to the u.s., the details how they made it across into guatemala. and he says again that crossing rivers and wading through underbrush. so quite a story he is telling. >> john zarrella, you can't make this stuff up. unbelievable story. thank you for that. obviously still a lot of questions here. now that he's on u.s. soil, could it complicate things legally. he's a u.s. citizen, but he was living in belize and he is still wanted for questioning there in that murder of his neighbor. he is not however officially a suspect and the only place where he's charged with breaking the law was guatemala. and guatemala is out of the picture here. so sneaking in a done deal. but what does it mean now that he's back in the u.s. let's get perspective from our legal contributor. here's i think the big question. what is our extradition relationship with belize should the authorities decide enough already, we're going to charge so you we can get you back here? >> manage of a fee has become like a virus. how do you like that. but we have a very good cooperation treaty with belize. we c
a green card and come to the u.s. of a. >> don't get too excited. the stem jobs act would give visas to 55,000 immigrant who have advanced degrees in science, technology, engineering or math, stem. the problem with the bill, only 27 democrats supported, is that it would eliminate 55,000 visas from the diversity visa program. the diversity visa program is a lottery system to provide immigrants from areas with low immigration rates with the clans it come to america. democratic congresswoman of california represents silicon valley. they are the prime beneficiary, arguably, of more high skilled immigration. she is not a fan of this bill. she said this give and take approach of immigration is like a grover norquist style pledge. signing with anti-immigrant groups to never create a green card immigrant without taking one away from someone else. it isn't likely to pass in the senate since charles schumer and chris coons added a stem bill without the visa program. the obama administration said it would not support the house bill. but one change can do it. when we know we need more young workers to
in the u.s., if you're an alien admitted to the u.s. on a nonimmigrant visa, if you're dishonorably discharged from the armed services, a citizen of the u.s. but renounced citizenship if you are under protection order or restraining order due to domestic violence or convicted of domestic violence, it is a long list, but if you fall within any of those categories, then when it comes to private sales, a person should not sell to you. but if they don't know, they can do it. >> all right. we'll bring you back, george. we're running out of time. we'll bring you back to talk about the states with the toughest restrictions and those more lenient because it is very different. thank you, george. the debate over gun control likely to continue, of course, in the wake of this massacre. [ male announcer ] this december, remember -- what starts with adding a friend... ♪ ...could end with adding a close friend. the lexus december to remember sales event is on. this is the pursuit of perfection. >>> dawn hochsprung, the principal of the sandy hook elementary school here in newtown is being rememb
our second session, they agreed the u.s. must and the backlog, a very large backlog for visas to better rationalize our policy, although they disagree fundamentally about how and where they should be done. ron from the rochester institute said even if we rationalized the hb1 system, we must look closely at how this is used, not necessarily to attract the best and brightest. our third session focused on something that one of tonight's panelists will discuss, the ways in which current u.s. immigration policy impacts foreign students. michael finn discussed some ideas related to how the u.s. should change fees a policy to retain the best and brightest. they ended with a provocative proposal that we should auction off visas to employers so they can hire the workers they need. the panels and discussions were invigorating, to say the least. the audience was a cross-section of the most influential immigration policy groups in the country. the immigration policy institute, brookings, the center for immigration studies, as well as representatives from other idea factories -- the counci
pertaining to congressionally mandated visa program, which facilitates admissions of u.s. government before nationals including iraqis and afghans to the united states. the sap program, sustained from the u.s. refugee admissions program is managed by the state department's consular affairs. but not in a position to address processing issues come i can tell you applicants also undergo multiple and extensive layers of security and counterterrorism review. whether through the administration of u.s. refugee admissions program for the special immigrant visa program, state department makes his first priority the safety of the american people would've the right to expect their government will undertake all available letters to safeguard security. with the department of state are proud of the measures we've taken in recent years to strengthen security including expanded intelligence community participation, measures have made the country safer. in partnership with ths will continue to look for additional ways to increase the state be insecurity this important humanitarian programs. this is our obli
una visa enferma con su hijo f enfermo. >> buscan que le den permiso, u buscando donde este a su ijo. >> para nuestro final de impacto la navidad es sombria para la a mayoria de los phhispanos vÍcts de sand . >> noticias univisión 14 a las 6 . >> la temida tormentas desato su furia provocando estragos en la bahía tenemos cobertura especial. >> y han causado problemas en el área de la bahía detalles en segundos. >> noticias univisión 14 comienza ya. >> buenas tardes les saluda león felipe gonzález, gracias por acompañarnos. >> agencias a la expectativa para que manejen con precaución, ramón adame en vivo . >> gracias león y hoy v
that the u.s. position is moving closer to the russians. rather than visa versa. remember, saddam hussein's information minister during the war in iraq seems we may have another baghdad bub on her hands, harris. >> harris: divorce indeed. may it will started to sink in with they start pulling out of that country. thank you very much. it is not looking so good for the man who called a former american president the devil. venezuelan president hugo chavez suffered bleeding during his cancer surgery in cuba according to the country's information minister. doctored reportedly had to perform corrective measures to stop the bleeding. chavez just won a six year term, brand new as president. it's appearing more unlikely that he will actually be well enough to return from cuba in time for next month's inauguration. the remains of the singer and reality star jenny rivera now headed back home to the united states. that's according to government officials in mexico. she died there on sunday when a lehrer jet she crashed on crashed after taking off in the northern part of the country. rivera was enormo
. the 18 year old is a registered sex offender. he is from peru and in the u.s. on an expired visa. the intern clearly tried to deceive the santor. >> brian: this next story is crazy. >> steve: justin beiber the target of a murder plot. ♪ >> steve: a convicted killer serving time in a practicon in new mexico accused of hatching a plan. martin was angry because of all of his fan mail to beiber went unworried . he recruited two hit men to strangle beiber and his bodyguard in a recent concert in new york city. it is it a terrible story it didn't happen. >> brian: this is not a joke, this is it a scoreboard from a girl's high school basketball game. final score 107-2. his players were not trying to run up. it would be more embarrassing for his players to stop shooting . the losing team's coach was disappointed >> gretchen: victoria secret model may be well rounded but not the singing skills e. ♪ deck the halls of boughs with -- my god. no, is it falalala. >> we sing . ♪ santa baby. okay, let's get back to work. >> brian: is that work. >> gretchen: a spokesperson for victoria secr
here? >> reporter: yes, gregg. russia is furious about a u.s. law which puts visa bans and asset freezes on 60 russians that congress believes were involved in some way or complicit in the deaths of a russian lawyer in jail in 2009. now he was investigating a massive fraud case at the request of a u.s. company in russia that believed millions of dollars it paid to the russian government in tax money were diverted, stolen by russians with connections to the government. he was 30 self -- 37 years old when he died and the allegations are that at best he was denied medical treatment while in jail. at worse he was tortured. russia has been very defiant in this case and trying him posthumously for fraud. the russian government passed this ban, what appears to be retaliatory law prohibiting americans from adopting russian orphans, naming the law after a 2-year-old boy who died while in the custody of u.s. adopted parents a few years ago. gregg? gregg: amy, are there repercussions here? >> reporter: there certainly are. even though this law was passed pretty much unanimously in russia's
, suzanne, as you know, the state department kind of handles these adoptions for u.s. parents to help them through the process, also with visa issues, citizenship issues, and issued a pretty tough statement this morning, saying the russian government's politically motivated decision will reduce adoption possibilities for children who are now under institutional care. were further concerned about statements that adoptions already under way may be stopped and hope that the russian government will allow those children who have already met and bonded with their future parents to finish the necessary legal procedures so that they can join their families. and as matthew said, there are just about 50 children that are in the pipeline right now. what senior state department officials are telling me is that they're hoping to get at least those through the pipeline, those children who have already met these parents to be able to be united with them, and then they'll work on trying to lift the whole ban, suzanne. >> elise, is there any kind of advice they're giving those families, those americans, wh
allow today stay in the u.s. through deferred action but her parents have received a deportation order for december 30th. she and her parents came from indonesia on tourist visas when she was 11 years old and she has no one but her parents here. >> hopefully we can support each other here because it's only the three of us in the faement. >> today the group called on governor jerry brown to sign the trust act. the bill state that is law enforcement officers do not have to comply with federal ice request to detain undocumented immigrants who have not been convicted of a serious or violent felony. since 2009, an estimated 85,000 undocumented immigrants have been de ported from california and seven out of ten of those had no convictions or had been accused of only minor offenses such as traffic tickets. >> it's about a humane immigration policy that says we know that families are important, and it's part of the family is allowed to stay, the entire family should be allowed to stay. >> appealed the deportation order with us and they are waiting a reply. live in san francisco, janet, ktvu ch
. it puts travel bans, visa bans and asset freezes on 60 russians that the u.s. congress believes were in some way involved or complicit in the death of sergei magnitsky in 2009. he was a lawyer who had been working with an american firm in russia investigating a major fraud. the company believes that $230 million it had paid in taxes to russia had ultimately been stolen by a group of russians who were linked to the government. so, again, this appears to be a tit-for-tat though it's in the name of a child who died in u.s. custody but it is a very big deal. harris, of course, because americans are the most enthusiastic adopters of russian children around the world. it goes into effect january 1st, harris. harris: we have pending cases. amy, before i let you go, what are the repercussions of this? >> reporter: yes. you know, this bill passed very readily in the duma, which is the parliament but have have been voices of opposition in russia as high up as the foreign minister saying this is really shooting ourselves in the foot. children are the victims of this political game. there are do
. does all this make sense to you? um, yeah. [ morgan ] yup, pretty epic. join visa nfl fan offers and make your season epic. [ male announcer ] rated e for everyone. lou: the civil war in syria escalating. meanwhile, u.s. is officially recognizing syria's main opposition group, as country'slyity matt representative. fox news national contract with correspondent with the latest. >> reporter: as opposition forces advance toward diagram damascus, president obama confirmed in an interview with abc news some officials have u.s. backing. >> is now inclusive enough, is reflective and representative enough of syrian population we occur them the -- consider them the legitimate representative of the syrian people in opposition to the assad regime. >> reporter: u.s. officials confirm that this week's fighting showed that the conflict is escalating. >> we're seeing use of another weapon, a barrel bomb, that is contains flammable materials, a napalm-like thing. >> reporter: the move to recognize elements of the syrian opposition, brought to a rebuke from russian foreign minister whose governme
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